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How can I place superscript on specific words in a List paragraph in FM 14?

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Dec 14, 2018

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Hi,

I am trying to convert words in a paragraph to use superscript, but when I select the Superscript check box, all the test gets changed.

What should I be doing to achieve this?

Thanks for any help.

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Elizabeth

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You need to create a Character Style for that and then apply it to the required words or characters.

Open the Character Designer.

Use the Shift+F8 shortcut to set all styles to "AsIs".

Now set the Superscript style.

Assign a name to this style, e.g. Superscript, and then save this.

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How can I place superscript on specific words in a List paragraph in FM 14?

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Hi,

I am trying to convert words in a paragraph to use superscript, but when I select the Superscript check box, all the test gets changed.

What should I be doing to achieve this?

Thanks for any help.

Cheers,

Elizabeth

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Correct answer by Arnis_Gubins | Most Valuable Participant

You need to create a Character Style for that and then apply it to the required words or characters.

Open the Character Designer.

Use the Shift+F8 shortcut to set all styles to "AsIs".

Now set the Superscript style.

Assign a name to this style, e.g. Superscript, and then save this.

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Are you applying the formatting with the Paragraph Designer (ctrl-m) or the Character Designer (ctrl+d)?

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I was trying to use the paragraph designer.

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You need to create a Character Style for that and then apply it to the required words or characters.

Open the Character Designer.

Use the Shift+F8 shortcut to set all styles to "AsIs".

Now set the Superscript style.

Assign a name to this style, e.g. Superscript, and then save this.

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Thanks very much.  This worked!

Cheers,

Elizabeth

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